The top prosecutor for Prince George’s County in Maryland has some tips to keep you and your business from becoming victims.
Sometimes businesses or individuals are reluctant to report that they’ve been victimized by financial crimes — or they report them too late to recoup the lost money.
The top prosecutor for Prince George’s County, in Maryland, has some tips to keep you and your business from becoming victims.
State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy, in a virtual news conference, highlighted a couple of ongoing cases and offered tips to keep it from happening to you.
In one case, a former bookkeeper for a local volunteer fire department was recently indicted on charges of stealing over $100,000 from the department, allegedly by moving money from various accounts into a checking account, then writing checks to herself.
In another case, a woman is accused of stealing more than $600,000 from her…